Diabetes: Diagnosis and Early Testing

In Honor of Diabetes Awareness

Type 2 diabetes used to be associated with adults, and referred to as adult-onset diabetes, but it has become more prevalent in younger and younger children over recent years. With this realization, it has become much more important to diagnose and treat diabetes early to prevent complications that can arise over time. For more information on pre-diabetes visit Diabetes.org, and learn about the National Indian Health Board's Special Diabetes Program for Indians at NIHB.org.


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